but I did the upgrades recommended in the other review posts and it does make ...
24 February 2016
Summary: You get what you pay for, but I did the upgrades recommended in the other review posts and it does make it a decent laptop for a very low price. I would not run windows 10 without the RAM upgrade, and the SSD upgrade fixes the other bottleneck.
Summary: This is a budget computer, under $200. It's not a heavy gaming computer, don't expect it......... However, for what I need, usually just basic computer use, it's great. It's light, the screen is actually a lot clearer than I expected it to be. Keep in mind it does not come with a cd/dvd drive.
Summary: I am very happy with this laptop. If you are considering this computer, first read the review by Johnny Gonzalez. He is totally correct (except on one point) and he is steering you in the right direction. The strength of this unit is that it is well-made and upgradable.
Summary: don't waste your money - will not allow any downloads and doesn't even support the Dell Diagnotic tool. Freezes every time I try and get on internet - slower than cold molasses---- And the Dell support -equally as bad - I keep getting "disconnected" as no one can answer what is happening.
Summary: Slow. Compared to what I'm use to this laptop is very slow and it is brand new. Speakers frequently switch to a much lower volume for a couple of second and then switch back to normal. The screen occasionally flashes white.
Summary: This is a great laptop. The first couple of days were trial and error and a little frustrating as I had to learn 8.1. But now I love it. It has been a wonderful machine and wouldn't trade it for the world.